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VSS International mobilized its resources to one of the most beautiful places on earth to take on one of the largest and most difficult projects in the company’s long history.

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Challenging Yosemite National Park Slurry Surfacing Wins ISSA President’s Award

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VSS International, Inc. used slurry seal type III on state route 62 westbound toward the town of Yucca Valley, in front of the access to Joshua Tree National Park.

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Preserving the Highway to California's Scenic Joshua Tree National Park

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COMPLETING 16 LANE-MILES OF FULL-DEPTH RECLAMATION FOR FIRE-DAMAGED ROADWAY IN CALAVERAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

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VSS Completes massive pavement preservation project at Grand Canyon National Park in 2020

Heavy Visitation, Environmental Needs Complicate Grand Canyon Preservation Work

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VSS International Inc. completed pavement repair and a Type 2 Slurry seal inside San Juan National Historic Park.

Logistics prove challenging for Island Pavement Preservation Project

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“Many National Parks have waited too long for these needed and backlogged repairs. By addressing these infrastructure demands, we can better protect these national treasures from further infrastructure challenges.”      

Protecting access to our parks through best practices in pavement preservation

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The story of how a crucial, if unglamorous, 22-mile stretch of California’s famed Pacific Coast Highway was reborn.

Road Preservation – Before It Goes Bad

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Microsurfacing is an engineered thin application of asphalt and aggregate. For success its crucial to perform preparatory work to aid the integrity of the surface and to maximize the life of the wearing course.

Eco-friendly microsurfacing enhances Golden Gate National Recreation Area